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Darwin D. Martin House, 125 Jewett Parkway, Buffalo, Erie County, NY

Darwin D. Martin House, 125 Jewett Parkway, Buffalo, Erie County, NY

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Wright, Frank Lloyd, architect
Mahoney, Patrick
Hayes, Robert
Grudens, Kenneth
Vaughan, Michael
Schryver, Mark
Pustulka, Mark
Kessler, Ronald
Lam, Kim
Morris, Jonathan
Kasprzak, Robert
Burkhart, Frank J
Ernst, Mark, project manager
SUNY-University at Buffaly, Department of Architecture, sponsor
Joseph, John W, delineator
Koy, Steven, delineator
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North Buffalo Junction42.93614, -78.84812
Google Map of 42.9361398, -78.8481173
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